Last month, I swallowed my pride and went back to Wyoming to attend the 15th anniversary of the founding of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College. When word spread that I had set foot on Thunderhead Ranch, folks started contacting me. And I started to ask questions about what has been going on out there during the past 10 years. Why had so many of the old timers I knew and respected left the place? The answer is money.
One Hand Clapping
A College For Lawyers Or Monument For Founder?
The Connecticut Law Tribune
September 14, 2009
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